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Charles de Gaulle (1890–1970)

Charles de Gaulle was born on November 22, 1890 in Lille, Nord, France as Charles André Joseph Marie de Gaulle. He was a writer, known for La visite du général de Gaulle au Québec (1967), Reise in die Gegenwart (1966) and Une mauvaise rencontre (1981). He was married to Yvonne de Gaulle. He died on November 9, 1970 in ... See full bio »

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Gold is absolute objectivity. It is blind, like justice. It has no politics and ideology, no likes or dislikes, no friends or enemies. All it recognizes is its possessor, whom it serves faithfully so long as he has it. See more »

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De Gaulle was descended, on his father's side, from a long line of aristocracy from Normandy and Burgundy which had been settled in Paris for about a century, whereas his mother's family were rich entrepreneurs from the industrial region of Lille in French Flanders. The most ancient de Gaulle ancestor recorded was a squire of King Philip Augustus in the 12th century. The name de Gaulle is thought... See more »

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